Main Trends of the Paris Fashion Week FW 2024/2025

Main Trends of the Paris Fashion Week

The recognized capital of fashion, Paris, once again presented new collections of world-famous designers and showed the main trends of the Fall-Winter 2024-2025 season. Today we will tell you about the most striking and memorable images of this event, and share the new trends that just came off the Parisian catwalks. After all, the tradition of peeking into the trends of the future season is the best way to add bold techniques to your closet that most people will only get to in six months.

Saint Laurent

Saint Laurent

The new collection of the Saint Laurent fashion house is a tribute of the creative director Anthony Vaccarello to the great Yves Saint Laurent, who made his first transparent dress in the 1960s. In the new collection of the brand, almost everything is transparent — dresses, skirts, and even tops. The collection consists of elements made in chiffon, capron, and lace in beige, olive, and chocolate colors.

The designer managed to balance the transparency of fabrics with a strict cut, reminiscent of office classics. And for a more festive event, a beige capron is complemented with furs and massive jewelry. Another cool accessory from the show is a turban balaclava, which Saint Laurent complements with massive earrings.

Hermès

Hermès

The legendary Parisian fashion house Hermès remains true to itself. The collection, inspired by horse riding and motorcycle racing, consisted mainly of leather bows, both with and without fur and feather trimmings. The creative director of the brand, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski, played with combinations perfectly: there are massive motorboots with delicate feminine dresses, and cowboy boots with shortened pinches.

As for the color scheme of the collection, its main shades were chocolate, wine red, olive, and milk. These colors give the brand’s already chic models, even more, luster and make even youthful leather leggings suitable for ladies of high society.

Valentino

Valentino

Pierpaolo Piccioli decided to go for broke and showed an all-black collection. And contrary to all expectations, the collection turned out to be not at all boring and not banal. The inspiration for creativity was the famous photo shoot of models in Valentino Haute Couture ball gowns taken by Deborah Turbeville in 1977.

The designer managed to create a very diverse collection of outfits in the style of brutal chic, frankly luxurious and gorgeous, based on the fashion encyclopedia of the house of Valentino. Gode skirts, an abundance of lace, three-dimensional applications of floral buds, transparent dresses, and leather suits draw all attention to the cut and details.

It is worth noting that this is the first total-black collection in the history of the fashion house. Accessories – shoes, bags, opera gloves, glasses, earrings, and even the lip color of the models – were also in total black.

Balenciaga

Balenciaga

Demna Gvasalia decided to question fashion and luxury and presented a collection of complex and experimental pieces. The runway showcased outfits of gloves, t-shirts, and underwear, alongside silhouette dresses with sharp hips and deconstructed jackets. The collection is supported by futuristic accessories and a message to a modern audience that is losing touch with reality, disappearing into their smartphones.

The designer chose black as the main color of the collection and diluted it with denim and trendy this season warm pastel shades of yellow and peach.

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Designer Sean McGirr’s first collection for Alexander McQueen was inspired by the founder’s work. Silhouetted dresses and tight pants were presented on the catwalk, a mix of femininity and grunge. Jackets with voluminous shoulders were juxtaposed on the runway with translucent dresses, rivets on massive jackets shaded chains on tunics, and metal on molded dresses.

The new creative designer of the brand clearly managed to show his unconventional approach and establish himself as an adherent of youth aesthetics.

Chloé

Chloé

The main message of the FW 24/25 collection from Parisian fashion house Chloé and its creative director Chemeena Kamali is naturalness.  Lace, leather, and boots were the main components seen on the catwalk. Perfectly cut coats, leather cloaks, boleros, and lightweight body-conforming dresses, complemented by metal and chain belts with italicized Chloé lettering. Almost the whole collection is made in boho style with modern elements.

The color scheme of the collection is very delicate, but at the same time restrained – shades of beige, olive, and ochre make the flying silhouettes of feminine dresses more strict and stylish.

Miu Miu

Miu Miu

Miuccia Prada decided to challenge the notion that people should dress for their age. Therefore, the collection has pieces for every woman, from the youngest to the oldest. This incredibly elegant collection is based on classic silhouettes, elongated jersey dresses, and floor-length fur coats. Miuccia continued the theme of uniforms, once again reminding us how important it is what ordinary people do, hidden from view.

The outfits are complemented with carelessly thrown strings of pearls and narrow futuristic sunglasses, which perfectly diluted the “traditional” looks, adding a spicy touch.

Balmain

Balmain

The new Balmain collection is the embodiment of love and tenderness. Olivier Rousteing, creative director of the brand, dedicated it to his childhood and his hometown of Bordeaux in the south of France. That is why the collection features a lot of pastel colors, large cells, and details in the form of snails, grape brushes, and vegetables.

The main silhouette solutions of the collection were draped leather, wide shoulder lines, and high-platform shoes. As for accessories, the designer showed his vision of woven bags.

Loewe

Loewe

For the new Loewe collection, creative director Jonathan Anderson drew inspiration from art. Hence the drawn prints and experimentation with materials. The main elements of the collection are chic flowing dresses, tightened with coarse belts, loose pants, and impeccably cut tailcoats and coats. By the way, on one of the coats, the collar was made of carved wood. Loewe’s color palette is also very interesting – floral and vegetal prints in pastel colors, inspired by still lifes and landscapes by American artist Albert York.

On the same catwalk with elegant feminine outfits, we saw rough aviator jackets and knitted vests with lint. Interesting contrasts.

Isabel Marant

Isabel Marant

In Isabel Marant’s opinion, the most fashionable print of the next season is leopard. This is why the fashion house distinguished itself against other designers of the Paris Fashion Week, who chose calm beige or pastel shades. Flying dresses, long skirts, wide jeans, tights, coats, ballet flats, panamas, and bags – all things in the collection have elements of leopard print.

The designer complemented the animalistic patterns with earthy shades, rather massive leather boots with fringe, and some safari-style clothes.

Dries Van Noten

Dries Van Noten

One of the most interesting collections at Paris Fashion Week was the collection of Belgian designer Dries Van Noten. The maestro masterfully works with unexpected combinations, mixing delicate pink with mint and lettuce, tangerine with cream, red with mustard, and ochre with blue.

Colors in the collection are balanced by multi-layered fabrics of different textures and complemented by high boots and fur bags. And feminine bows and sequins look cool in combination with neutral long sweaters.

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